Monthly Archives: March 2019

Pair correlation functions for environments with obstacles – new paper published in Physical Review E

Pair correlation is used widely across biology, ecology and physics, as well as in other areas, to obtain estimates of spatial structure. Environments with obstacles or voids that inhibit and alter the motion of individuals within that environment can give rise to spurious … Continue reading

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Mathematical modelling indicates that lower activity of the haemostatic system in neonates is primarily due to lower prothrombin concentration – published in Scientific Reports

Our new paper “Mathematical modelling indicates that lower activity of the haemostatic system in neonates is primarily due to lower prothrombin concentration” is now published at Scientific Reports. This is work by Ivo Siekmann which arose from a fantastic collaboration … Continue reading

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